publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

Boundary Management Preferences, Boundary Control, and Work-Life Balance among Full-Time Employed Professionals in Knowledge-Intensive, Flexible Work

Christin Mellner; Gunnar Aronsson; Göran Kecklund;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Publisher: Aarhus University Library
Abstract
Profound changes are taking place within working life, where established boundaries between work and personal life are challenged by increased global competition, ever-faster changing markets, and rapid development of boundary transcending information and communication technologies (ICT). The aim of this study was to investigate boundary management preferences in terms of keeping work and personal life domains separated or integrated, that is, segmenting or blending of domains, the perception of being in control of one´s preferred boundaries, and work-life balance among employees at a Swedish telecom company (N = 1,238, response rate 65%, men 73%, mean age 42 ye...
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free text keywords: Market segmentation, Work–life balance, Personal life, Psychology, Health promotion, Psychosocial, Social psychology, Full-time, Perception, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Information and Communications Technology, Health, working environment & wellbeing, Work/life balance, Organization & management, Labor. Work. Working class, HD4801-8943
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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

Boundary Management Preferences, Boundary Control, and Work-Life Balance among Full-Time Employed Professionals in Knowledge-Intensive, Flexible Work

Christin Mellner; Gunnar Aronsson; Göran Kecklund;